Getting your resume at the top of the pile is the first step. Mastering the interview in-person or via videoconferencing is the second. Explore the basics of resume writing, how to create a job-specific resume, and what content to include. Learn effective job searching techniques and how to utilize job search engines like Indeed, Monster, and Linkedin. Do a mock interview to confidently and professionally present yourself as a valuable asset to an employer. We provide no cost follow up sessions by appointment.
Earn your Personal Support Specialist (PSS) credential within the first three weeks.* Then earn your CNA credential once you complete the 150-hour program, pass the State exam and are acceptanced to the State CNA Registry. Classes and labs will meet in person at the Sullivan Learning Center and clinicals will be at local healthcare facilities and/or hospital. Prerequisites: completed application, documented medical immunization history, meet with student advisor, and complete assessments.
Funding support may be available to eligible participants--ask us about it!
Please call our office at 422 4794 to start the process today!
Schedule (subject to change)
Tuesday and Thursday 8:30a-5p starting 2/1
Plus every other Friday 8:30-5p starting 2/11
*If you have your PSS and just want to earn your CNA, please let us know.
Prepare for college statistics with our unique online course! Get a head start on learning the terms, symbols, stats software, and graphing calculator. This online course is for students who have placed into college statistics or those who are retaking the class. Class will meet weekly on Zoom. Delayed viewing is available on an individual basis. Students will need a laptop, tablet or desktop (not a phone) with a camera and microphone, as well as high speed internet. Ideally, students will either have a TI-83 or 84 calculator to use or purchase the online software package. Outside homework will be given to supplement online instruction. Students should expect 2-3 hours of homework a week outside of class. Students will be asked to provide recent assessment scores, which can be taken with us.
Have questions before signing up? Email or call Trudy: 422-4794 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re thinking about substitute teaching, we want to talk with you! Substitute teaching is a rewarding job with lots of flexibility; this workshop will provide you an overview of what you need to know. Meet with an experienced substitute and building administrators to learn about topics such as: “tricks of the trade”, classroom management, learning & teaching styles, state laws related to student rights and confidentiality, and how to apply for the position. You have options about what schools you substitute in and what grade levels. Come take a step towards substitute teaching! Follow up seesions as requested.
Application and other paperwork must be submitted by January 14, 2022.
This programs trains CNAs to administer selected non-injectable medications to patients who are 4 years of age and older. The course requires 120 hours of training, labs and clinicals.
- active CNA and in good standing on the Maine State CNA Registry with no disqualifying annotations
- have completed at least the equivalent of one year (2,080 hours) of full-time employment as a CNA prior to taking the couse, and
- achieve a 10th grade level on a reading comprehension assessment
For more information, please call Jean at 207-422-4794.
Getting your resume at the top of the pile is the first step. Mastering the interview in-person or via videoconferencing is the second. Explore the basics of resume writing , how to create a job-specific resume, and what content to include. Learn effective job searching techniques and how to utilize job search engines like Indeed, Monster, and LinkedIn. Do a mock interview to confidently and professionally present yourself as a valuable asset to an employer. We provide no cost follow up sessions by appointment.